California's Next-Gen Infrastructure
Infrastructure is changing, soon the word will mean something much bigger and much smaller: a resilient infrastructure that can manage the energy, water, transportation and other human needs on scales from individual homes to whole cities and entire states.
BWC Students Mentor on Shadow Day
Opening doors and horizons for the next generation of students, BWC students Lauren Kennedy and Scott Miller and Environmental Engineering student Kimberly Huynh opened labs and classes to three area high school students April 13, 2017 during the 24th Annual YWCA Shadow Day at UC Berkeley.
Berkeley Hosts WASH Symposium
UC Berkeley welcomed area health, water and sanitation researchers, professional to campus April 5, 2017 for a full day of presentations at the Bay Area Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Symposium.
Spotlights
BWC
Congratulations Graduates

Congratulations to our 2017 Berkeley Water Center graduates Adam Rausch, Katya Cherukumilli, James Barazesh, Will Tarpah, Olga Kavvada, and Tom Bruton!

Petr Fiske
Berkeley Lab Names Dir. of Water-Energy Resilience Institute

Berkeley Lab has tapped Peter Fiske to be the director of its Water-Energy Resilience Institute, a new position that underscores the Lab’s commitment to developing solutions for the challenges associated with the interdependence of water and energy systems. 

Daniel Kammen
Harnessing the Power of Rivers

Renew­able and Appro­pri­ate Energy Lab­o­ra­tory's Daniel Kammen and Rebekah Shirley talk about A Better Way to Harness the Power of Rivers: How system-​​scale planning and management of hydropower can yield economic, financial and environmental benefits.